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MR. PARSONS REPLIED TO. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

MR. PARSONS REPLIED TO. To THE EniTdB OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-May I request that you will, in the! interest of fair dealing, be so good as to give publicity ,to the following particulars of a trans- action'which Mr. Parsons, in the very lachrymose preamble to his letter, has greatly miB-stated. > The facts 'of the case are as follows : Mr. Panons accosted me in the street on the 24th of ¡last month, and said he wished to book bia, passage by the Otway, asking me at the same time when I expected her. I said, "This even- ing," Mr. Parsons' letter, as I understand it, reads " that I asked him to go by the Otway instead of the mail cart." This is a misrepre- sentation on Mr. Parsons' part. Owing to stress of weather the steamer did not arrive. Time passed ,<>% and I saw nothing of Mr. Parsons .until about 9, o'clock on Thursday morning,* following the 27th, when he called at my place of business and asked for a refund of his pass- age money. ' I said "Most certainl...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ALBANY, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ALBANY, June 23. The P. & O. Co.'s mail steamer Assam ar- rived here from Galle, at 10-30 a.m. Passen- gers for this colony-Mr. C. Stanley, and Mans. Thibindat.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

'»'ixmTO CORRESPONDENTS. .'i .// - ._L__ ' ile notice eonlie^taken of mionymotis communications _( lEv.erj Jetter munt be accompanied by the natue and arl dress of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but -u ás à Kiuftantee ot good faith .Wai» «11' caaes claim the ¡right to abbreviate or correct communication* Tilles» acoouipam_"., .. "__."._"_ -'guarantee Hie return ef declined MSS ICorretipoiuloiits who persist iii wntuu: on both sides of the i ifpper, I in- violation, of our rule, cannot expect their com imitticutiowf to be published^ i , *xouB'NExi'-The letters of Mr. B.'D. n 'Clarkson, our Northam correspondent, shall ap ,. ¡pear in our .next, when we hope to be able to %j find room for other matter already in type, but v, which we are compelled to hold over to day.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

muí ,ii)j imij» MONDAYWiiÎÏSéï.io iostlucW fro« J|>a«t j^WÄÄaf« A Co., to sell bj public *¥&**<#Jlßjm of their new Brewery ptwssiM;«BitT;^li 90 SPLENUm PIM* MjF Auction Mart, 24 June, 1880;l -O' ^"^ EFFS,'S,.C)0JDitf»C . sttKaCT AW. "Byathenogh knowledge of the.aata» ml laws which govern the opevmoav'HJt digeatioa and nutrition, and I application of the ~ fine'pifoeifti selected cocoa, Mr. ;£JpfchaV^fcV --. <. breakfast tables with í aeUtiteiyMTttáa ( beverage which may sarV ue littirr1 vSm\ doctor*« billa., It ia, by the ju*c^/u*eWu auch article, of diet that a* eoni^tiotfiiW" be gradually ' built np lintU strong enough to resist every tendency to disease., .Hun* dreda of subtle maladies are fcathufiMÖ né ready io attack ^mmxfkimiámmkT point. ,W« auy.tgaapt. ñ^^,hral j»e«tl by *<*f^taufa*l>m.twe«fr bgtito&imi'i /pura blood aadaayosyrto,nanri|fcM^ ftgüÉatw -8ee article in »lia CimfSiyi* Gomm. Milli ?!?< 1j nilhlifaiig...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Tlie WEST AUSTRALIAN is today issued in an enlarged form, which hereafter will le tit« size of the paper. It will still he issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and to subscribers the price icill remain as heretofore, namely 5s. per quarter, or £1 per annum. The names of all those, not already on our subscription list, to whom the WEST AU STRAHAN is de- livered or forwarded from this date, will be retained on our books, unless we receive a notification requesting us to discontinue sending the paper. THE PROPRIETORS. June 1st, 1880. NOTICE. PYRAMID~STATION. THE undersigned beg io intimât« to the public that the sale of the above Pro- perty, advertised to take place at Roebourne, has been WITHDRAWN, owing to a pri vate sale having been arranged. A. R. RICHARDSON & CO. Perth, June 23rd. TRINITY CHURCH, PERTH. THE Rev. JOSEPH ODGERS wiU (D.V.) preach next Sunday, morning and evening. Evening Subject : To-day and To-morrow. Service at 11 a.m., and 7 ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS.] BRITHISH AND FOR[?] ROYAL COMMISSION ON COLO[?] LAL DEFENCE. LONDON, June [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

TELEGRAPHIC tm\ ROYAL COMMISSION ON COM»sVx LAL DEFENCE. ,UMM..I L^iriiô^lJin#Jt9l. 1« I I .£ ¡ >\l ¡ "! I« > Il The Bight Hon. Hugh Childara (msjsjii appointed Secretary of Stase f«*jih*Wa»% Department), and Mr i Brassey. M .P.. bli> resigned their positions onth* Bajffii Cesa, mission on Colonial B^snce. ^Th* cessai*» sioner. Uve ad^urnsd their, sjttyujp nmg August. Several Australian witoessee imp "-^rtrjA^ybiiuT . AUSTRALIA AND-THE REVISED VlNB.DUW«i^aaa^3'-p ; lA»sB>6»,J*«Wm^ The Agenta General el .fl»..^ * tralian colonies ¡^d^rá^i shortly, to'eonside* ^he new i" duties, as fixed"under MT'OILT-,.«., ?*.*". > tu > IU V> tai-» A »ii J* , ^IRISI^CHUEC^G^ / t i ; ' < ifcoMoi, Jane SO. A BUI for iaer-sasia>>*a»fiiflsisjswÏÉji grant to the Irish Church to £L«aAQ« las bia«, «it? *+áéÓM<WEE&í&WEm of Commons, and ne doubt new exists but ttujtthe nm.urewilhi^rtoltiffii.to ?^ésss-rs«é( ! * '"' *»"* d THE GREEK FRONTIER ÇFES...

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NOT THE CASE. To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

NOT THE CASE. i.o^O ÏHB EOITOE OF THE WHST AUSTRALIAN.' n¡ Sife.-^-In your' issue of the 4th hist. I notice '«j paragraph headed ' Local and General,' stat- ing that the Resident Magistrate at Albany had 'telegraphed to the Government that the Agnes Jiras the only vessel ¿hen available at the Sound to proceed to the wreck of the Batoe JBassi at ^pshore i Island, and that her owners were will- ing tu .send her; for, the modest sum of one JrándreáV pounds (£100). ,H Itbeg .to stato for the information of all eon earned that the Resident Magistrate must have been misled in this matter, as there was another *essel,.the 'Walter and Mury* capable of carrying three whale-boats on deck, or stowing 60 tons of general cargo, then lying in sea trim, while ^¡tu'Agnes was loaded' with timber. No doubt this'owner of the Walter and Jfa?Vwould have accepted the work at a reasonable price, had the offer been made to him, being sole owner and 'capable of doing it himself. , }() Byinserting the above ...

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THE INTER-COLONIAL WOOLREPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

THE INTER-COLONIAL WOOLREPORT. WE publish to-day the first part of the inter- colonial wool report, upon the spocimens sent from different colonies to the Sydney Exhibi- tion. To wool-growers, who form such a larg« and important class of the community, this re- port will no douht be of interest, notwithstand- ing the fact that Western Australian wool did not figure amongst the exhibits. This perhaps is not much to he regretted, for, although our wools fetch a fairly good price in the English marktt, and are in considerable demand for cer- tain special purposes, they would compare most unfavorably with the grand wools of the East- ern colonies. We intend from tim«' to time to continue the publication of papers and lectures lately written and delivered on the subject of the cultivation of wool, which will we hope-by showing what great things in this direction have been done elsewhere, and how valuable have been the results-induce our own sheep farmers to pay greater attention to on« f...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

VESSELS IN HAKBOUB. FREMANTLE. Spinaway, barque, loading for Shanghai- with sandalwood ; J. & W. Bateman agents. ' Dolphin, barque, loading for New Zealand, with jarrah ; T. & H. Carter & Co., agents. Signal, barque, loading timber for Adelaide ; T. &H. Carter*Co. Amur, barque, bound for Colombo, with horses ; W. E Marmion & Co., agents. Moorburg, schooner, for Hong Kong, with sandalwood ; G. Thompson & Co., ageuts. Citadel, schooner, for Guam, in ballast. COASTERS. Clarence Packet, schooner, for Port Walcott j early ; Star, schooner ; Harriett, schooner ; Myra, schooner : Theresa, discharging timber, from Bun- bury ; Dania, cutter, discharging wheat from Champion Bay.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.—FREMANTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS.-FREMANTLE. June 22.-ANNIE BROWN, schooner, E. Cox, from Adelaide. DEPARTURE. June 23.-ROB ROY, S.B., Craig, for Cham- pion Bay. Passengers-Miss Evans, Miss Dean, Miss Collins ; and 3 in the steerage.

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THE PEARL SHELL FISHERIES IN TOBBES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

THE PEARL SHELL FISHERIES IN TOBBES STRAITS. We have been requested to publish the following report, from the pen of Lieutenant Thomaa de Hoghton, of H.M.S. Beagle, which no doubt will interest many of our readers, and especially those engaged in the pearling industry : Eleven firms, ten of which belong to Sydney and one (Messrs. Raff and Co.) to Brisbane, are engaged in the Torres Straits pearl-shell fishery. The boats and tenders are valued at about £36,000, and they give employment to about seventeen white men, manigera, 4c, and 320 colored men. Each firm has a station ashore, where either the owner or a white manager lives, where all necessary supplies are kept, and where the shell got by the boats is re- ceived, cleaned, and packed. The boats vary from five to eight tons, drawing from 4ft. to aft. of water, well found, capable of standing mnch knock- ing about, and each carrying a small punt. Fishing is carried on by two methods-namely, by divers who go down in ordinary diving ...

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MR. PALMER IN REPLY TO "INVESTIGATOR." To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

MR.'PÁ'tMER IN REPLY TO "INVES X\\Z-X~y TÍGATOR." To'írftÉ EDITOR OP THB WEST AVSTBALJUX. Síá,-Ï observe in the columns of the Inquire»' a statement headed " History of the /Northern Railway" which reflects severely on me as the contractor for that work ; and, considering my absence from Perth, I look at such statements, put before the public at the present time, as a most unjustifiable proceeding <-on itbé part of one who is either afraid or ashamed to sign his own name. If 1 were in Perth, 1 could easily .how the. (Value .which the public should attach to "Investigator's* statements'; but they have only to, read the evidence given lately in the, Supreme'Court io see how far they are to be relied on. , íe'(is the first time in my life that I have ever seen ¿the columns of any respectable journal open t<> publish .statements like those which appear iii tile Inquirer, intended to warp public opinión in regard to a case still before a court as is evidently the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

l'oiter'B'Tëmposauro _-«., x Ç5*"»«^ _t_v__ every WEDNESDAY and SATÜlÍDA^áf 7 ajn^^^n^and, kKëi-'thi. 3&-e i traielhuß il flÄtt^S/are c-ífetrvlor' «hb> immediate .L construction1 ahd'trèctkln baa well and put "p i_HlflreteH^_^,^í3", tncl08" in* Tar. A. Xforoptters land at Rockingham ¡ajÉftillri) low by-ev1^ ¡by «¿fuotait long ; sejuàVofvflnliâ msat^any v raajht i posts, tu the. ck^f; «li ^e4Íttlíiii,theigryuuil, , ...,"?,(J ejifêgs»»V/u.i« y, i»íÜ ililli Jlpi*'ili,S 4. i » ; ! ig-«»»'. <wrfj¿ usfivaff JHJ-U-C/ /iiini'j. a SENDEES ¡*JU be« < .eotfrétV by the un _ íii^W^v^-iiBí.Pf before the 15th of _LrEdTafiifßic:' .The lowest or any tender not necessarily^ TZ£iïmuuVMnàmi leso. flf.eui.1 »-utríoilOKTTMEK KEW. _iJVf-iwiWTAtw^^Qietyí^, QHAEEHOLDERS in the above mention»., O ad Society ar£uÍA£-Uu£d that a second" *j&9tà?fj#>f^J&#y&'lQfa) St!, .bare -ill be payable, on application to the undettitnëèat W$*Town Hall, Perth, on »Ca...

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MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

MAIL NOTICE. Mail Time Table during the months of June July, 1SS0. For the AUSTRALIAN COLONIKS per Bob Roy and Otway, will close on the following dates :-Perth, Monday, June 28th, at 1 p.m. ; Fremantle, Monday, June 28, at 2 p.m. ; Guild, ford, Monday, June 28, at 8 a.ni. ; York, Satur- day, June 26, at 9-30 a.m. ; Northam, Saturday, June 26, at 6-30 a.m.; Newcastle, Saturday June 26, at 10 a.m. ; Canning, Friday, June 25, at 2 f.m. ; Pinjarrah, Friday, June 25. at 6 a.m. ; Bun bury, Monday June 28, at 9 a.m. ; Vasse, Monday, June28,at 10 p.m.; Victoria Plains, Saturday, June 26, at 8 p.m. ; Ginghi, Sunday, June 27. at 3 p.m. ; Dongarra, Thursday, June 24, at 9 a.m. ; Greenough, Wednesday, June 23, at 6 p.m. ; Champion Bay, Thursday, June 24, at lp.m. j Northampton, Wednesday, June 23, at 11 a.m. OvEBLAND MAIL will close as follows :-Perth, Saturday, July 3rd, and 17th, at 10 a.m. ; Freman- tle, Saturday, July 3rd, and 17th, at 8 a.m. ; Guild- ford, Saturday, July 3rd, and 17th, at ...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

OCCASIONAL NOTES. LOCAL AimGENEBAL. THE following gentlemen have accepted seats in the .-Legislative Council u nominated members : Mr. S. S. Parker, Mr. L. C Burges, and Mr. George Sandell. The fourth seat at the disposal of His Excellency the Governor has not yet been filled up. WE are requested to state that, as His Excellency has arranged for the presentation of the medal to Mrs. Boldt, at the Oddfellows' Hall, Fremantle, on Tuesday next, at 3*30 p.m., Lady Robinson will not be at home to receive visitors on that day. IK our leader-published in the last issue of the Weit.Aiufralioa, andhesded, " AEinaiieial Prob- lem" a slight error crept-in, which .requires correction. , In the third paragraph, lines 7, 8, 9 : for " The deficit at the and of 1878 was correctly ascertained," read " The deficit st the ead of 1878 -minns outstanding liabilities-wat correctly as. certained." THE Government are inviting tenders from persons desirous of obtaining the right to remove guano from the gro...

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BUNBURY JARRAH TIMBER COMPANY (LIMITED). To THE EDITOR OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

BUNBURY JARRAH. TIMBER1 COMPANY .U.I-IJJ.Í.1 .. v (LIMITED). To TUE EDITOB OF THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. 1 SIB',-There is an old proverb which alleges that "two'of a trade never agree," and this seems to hold good in this district. You are aware1 that the above company has only been in existence à few weeks, yet some interested parties here have been trying to persuade a por- tion of ¡the not-so-well informed section of our Shareholders, that each and every one of them W.ere;liable for the whole of the debts oft the company. As far as I know, this is one of the first "limited" liability companies that has been organised in this colony,-a circumstance which may account for the ignorance of many who ought to know better. Of course the necessary1 steps are'being taken to'have our company immediately registered under the " Joint Stock' Companies' Ordinance,' 1856," and oar memo nmdumrdf association, as1 well as the Act itself, expressly provides that "the liability of the members ¡are limited...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. VIGILANS ET AUDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1880. GOVERNMENT AND THE SWAN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN. YlGTEAÎÎS ET AVDAX PERTH, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1880. G^ERNMENT ANlJlPHE^SWAN ROADS BOARD. No subject at the preseut time occupies the attention of the country more exclusively than the roads, and their management. No public question is of so great importance, at all times, to the general body or settlers. And, in regard to none other have they had, we think, such just ground of complaint during the past eighteen months, as in regard to this. The Road Loan, raised with such hopeful anticipation of the good it was to effect, has been a calamity rather than a blessing,-we may trust not an unmixed calamity. But as yet it is difficult to see of what advantage it has pro- ved to the country. The loan was raised ; the District Roads Boards were docked of a large part of their usual allowance, in con- sideration of the loan moneys which it was proposed to expend; and the Govenment attempted, with the aid of a single Sur- veyor, to administer these moneys, over 1400 miles of...

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THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAR. [From the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

THE NOVELIST. A RUSSIAN KING LEAH. ' TFrom the German of Ivan Turgenjev.] (Continued.) Naturally enough, I said not a word to my mother when I reached home, as to what I had seen. But meeting Souvenir, I told him, the devil knows why, all that had happened. The abominable creature was so delighted] that he actually danced about, screaming with laughter, and it was with difficulty I could restrain myself from pitching into him. " Oh! oh!" ne shrieked, " how 1 should like to have seen the great, the generous Charlov floundering about in the mud." " Go down to the pool then and look, if the spectacle interests you." " Ah ! but if he should kill me ? " I hated Souvenir, and greatly repented the confidence I had reposed in him. Shitk ov to whom he repeated my storr, took it up in quite a different way. " The police should be communicated with," he said; "perhaps it might even be necessary to apply to the military commander." This project was, however, not carried out, but something very ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

FREIGHT RATES PER "OTWAY" AND "ROBROY." Melbourne to Vasse, Bunbury, Ordinary and Fremantle, through rates V Goods per South Australian, Victor- Per to ian, & Aldinga, to Adelaidej 40s. Do. to Champion Bay, same) 50g steamers .. .. . ) Adelaide to Albany 30s. Do7~to Vasse, Bunbury, and) 33g Fremantle . » ' Do. toi Champion Bay . ..- 40s. JAMES LILLY & CO., - Agents. Fremantle, June 8,1880. Steam to Albany, via Bunbury and Vasse, with the First Fort- nightly JUNE-JULY English Hails. _ mHE s.S. 1 ROB ROY, .sails as above, on MONDAY, June 28, at 3-30 p.m. JAMESLILLY&CO., Agents. Fremantle, June 15,1850. Steam to Adelaide and Mel- bourne, transhipping to steam- ship OTWAY at Albany. THE >.s. ROB ROY sail« as above on MONDAY, JUNE 28, at 3-30 p.m. Passengers A Cargo taken through to Melbourne Do. do. do do. London, by Orient Company's steamship "Lusitania," leaving Adelaide,about July 10. - JAMES LILLY k CO., Agents. Fremantle, Jane 15th, 1880. Important Sale o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The West Australian — 25 June 1880

.' * mum ! '"""" " "' l\{ I ..i 1) rf I ii |i|u , li ,1 li J ¿I "WEST AUSTRALIAN." M .[} J- » Lil-,i ti n ifii .j^i/ "I^IÍÍI "l^li II li' I . ¿I J |(>- . ! « 1 TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. íií U >i< It ia Ile only paoer in the colon if puliUsJiea offener, than once a week, -ti. !. rv , i ,u * i-i , I < i , TEjík&'ÓE' ^B'SÓRTPTION'-'OS:1 BETI total* j¡*2ÜS.' PEE ANNUM.1 ,i>« ¡u// . LT:;-ri-;, , i., , T 1>HE » quarters ¡terminate^ ontlieSlst of, . «March,! ï * Slst.ftqpeob«,._r ,r,w "",",...., _. ",. ?cribers decline, by. giwng nonda in writing, ana .paying the amount due 'lol the* end of the quarter thetffiiHeat!" " ' '-"" 'I1'"' *J«-i / .r / ! Pl^itë'flésiroûtfof subscribing during», the CUM rency of St quarts!^ i ill only bei'charged..from ,thej date^afitaeui/commenciug,,,;[ tl¡/¡ " j* " ,,lIA¡ Subscnberèiwlia do noiigiva#^a{fn,yo^ to flic; that persons forwarding n'óticeá for' insertion! "V ateté* ti» nu'iriber'bf hines they-' shall 'appears i in...

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